August News & Views from the Kanban Community
In This Issue
Kanban Week Returns to San Diego in 2022
Kanban Global Summit, 14-16 March
Kanban Leadership Retreat, 16-18 March
We can’t wait to get our Kanban community back together for #KGS22 and #KLR22!
Kanban Week 2022 officially returns as an in-person event at the beautiful Rancho Bernardo Inn. Kanban Global Summit keynote speakers David J Anderson and Chet Richards will join more than 20 Kanban thought leaders to share their experiences with the Kanban Method and offer proven techniques. Later in the week, the Kanban Leadership Retreat returns after celebrating 10 years since our inaugural leadership event at Reykjavik in 2011.
Save by registering early! Super Early Bird prices end September 15, 2021.
Free Webinar: Don’t Be Fast and Furious. Just Be Predictable!
Thursday, August 5 at 2 p.m. CEST
Do you feel like you waste time on work that is then cancelled? Do you tend to overpromise delivery dates? The Kanban 2-phase commitment concept helps to address both issues with work planning and identifying work that will not be completed from the start.
In this webinar, Anna Radzikowska will share her story of a team that successfully implemented a 2-phase commitment method and how it improved communication with stakeholders. It will also take a look at lead time and its importance.
Happy 10th Anniversary SwiftKanban!
2011 was a momentous year in Kanban history, with the founding of both Kanban University and SwiftKanban. Check out how our partners at Digité are celebrating this milestone, including the launch of SwiftKanban 10.0 and a special anniversary offer for all new trial users.
Nothing In Kanban Prevents Scrum
Evolutionary Change Within a Big-Bang Transformation in the Canadian Government
How do you use Kanban inside the government when it’s also inside a bigger transformation initiative? This presentation explains how a team within the government shifted their approach to transformation from changing everything all at once and focusing on team agility to applying systems thinking and evolving by inspecting and adapting frequently.
How Lawyers Can Achieve Efficiency, Client-Focused Services and Profitable Businesses With The Kanban Method: A Journey To Agility
“The greatest challenge those of us in the legal sector face in coming years is being able to create agile organisations and robust and resilient businesses that are capable of reinventing themselves.”
Train the Trainer Workshop at Kanban India 2021
Online | December 5 – 10, 2021
The Kanban Train the Trainer course leads to the elite Accredited Kanban Trainer (AKT) accreditation which allows trainers, coaches, and consultants to deliver certified Kanban University training. Class time is spent refining training skills, testing content knowledge, and inspiring creativity. This assessment course is designed to evaluate each candidate’s ability to present the Kanban University foundation curriculum effectively and knowledgeably.